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1. IN which direction and with what force will the box move?

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TRUE or FALSE? 2. The forces are balanced.

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3. What is the net force?

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4. In which direction is the greatest force moving?

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5. Are the forces balanced or unbalanced?

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6. What describes how fast an object is moving?

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7. What are two ways of expressing speed?

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8.What two things do you need to know to find the speed?

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9.What is the formula for speed?

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10. If a car travels several miles in one hour, what is the UNIT for its speed?

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11. Julie drives at an average speed of 50 mph on a journey of 200 miles. How long did her journey take?

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12. Chris cycles at an average speed of 8 mph. If he cycles for 6 hours, how far does he travel?

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13. A Blue Shark can travel a distance of 48 miles in 2 hours. What is its average speed?

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14. A diver jumps from a cliff into the water. It takes him 3 seconds to fall 9.9 meters. What is the average speed of the diver?

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15. A snail moves at an average speed of 2 feet every 3 minutes. At that rate, how long will it take the snail to travel 12 feet?

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16. According to the graph, what is happening to the speed of the car?

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17. What is the average speed?

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18. In the graph below, who is faster?

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19. How do you know?

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20. What three things happened in this graph?

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21. The graph shows an object moving east over a 25 second period on a flat surface. What is happening in the first 5 seconds?

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22. What is happening from point A to point B?

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23. Which line segment shows the object slowing down to a complete stop?

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24. From point D to point E, are for forces balanced or unbalanced? _______ How do you know?___

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25. From point E to point F, are the forces balanced or unbalanced? _______How do you know? _____________

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